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    My Father was adopted so we are curious if there is a way to see a Surname pattern in any of our matches? For example, if people are closely matched, could they have similar names and we could glean that our name is part of that pattern?

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    Originally posted by Chris E
    My Father was adopted so we are curious if there is a way to see a Surname pattern in any of our matches? For example, if people are closely matched, could they have similar names and we could glean that our name is part of that pattern?


    I too have been confirmed as H* and R1b1c10. Ironically, I recently learned that my paternal grandfather Edwin (1902-1980) was an "Orphan Train Rider" and that his biological father (George) was born in Co. Cork Ireland around the 1860's. After migrating here to "the good old USA," getting married, and having two children, the U.S. government took George's and Lelah's two children away, as they did with so many other new Americans, and sent them into the "Orphan Train" system along with 10's of thousands of other "Orphan Train Riders". Crazier yet is the fact that I myself was placed into a state "care" system as a boy, and aged out at 18. Seems that the government program that started back in the mid-1800's started a new family tradition that continued right down through me. I broke that dysfunctional chain by working my way through college and raising my own children. Now, I am doing everything I can to discover my true ancestry via genetic/genealogy. I also wanted to know if there are a narrow list of surnames could be indicated in any way by our R1b1c10 haplogroup. So, I joined the new R1b1c10 DNA Project in order to compare. But the group is far too new and does not yet have enough members to be of any viable use. I wish that all R1b's would 1. do the U Series Test and that all R1b1c10's would JOIN the new Kerchner's R1b1c10 (U152+) Projectat http://www.familytreedna.com/public/R1b1c10


    Regards!
    S28
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    Last edited by S28; 6 April 2008, 04:45 PM.

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